Education and Professional Experience
He graduated from the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts and the Higher Institute of Art (ISA); he also has a master degree in visual arts from the University of Miami.
His work received acknowledgment from the Cuban critics with his show Sculptures in the early 1980s, and international acknowledgment since the 1990s, when his work was exhibited in the traveling solo show Sound of the Woods in the Jacobo Borges Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas, Venezuela, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Panama.
Collective Exhibitions and Events
He has participated in the biennials Clay of America from 1998 and 2001, the Uppsala Biennial, in Sweden, in 2000; the Biennial of the Neighborhood, in New York, in 2007 and the Pontevedra Biennial, in Spain, in 2010. In 2006 his work Tree Column was shown as part of the public art program in Marcus Garvey Park of New York City.